The Sacrifice of Isaac

Reading Genesis 22 feels a lot like watching a psychological horror movie. Fortunately, however, we find in this passage that God is a good God whose test illustrates many important theological points after Abraham passes it. Check out this podcast episode on 1208GREENWOOD’s webpage or simply subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or Google Play.

Number the Stars

Abraham is told to “number the stars” as an analogy towards how many children he will have. But in Abraham’s world, stars would have fed this analogy in another light—the same light that Paul is going to perceive it in later in Romans. Check out this podcast episode on 1208GREENWOOD’s webpage or simply subscribe to the podcast…

When the Sky Goes Dark

There’s actually a great analogy within science as to why we should consider taking the supernatural world of the Bible more seriously. Our universe is currently expanding which is causing everything to move further and further apart from each other at faster and faster speeds. Eventually, distant galaxies will have moved so far away from…

Lovelight

It doesn’t take that much light to see in the darkness. I often get dressed in the morning by turning on my iPhone flashlight and aiming it at the ceiling. It may be pitch black in the room, but just that small lightbulb makes it bright enough that I’m able to find the clothes I…